In the fuel tank.
The filter is located behind the RH side of the carbon canister under the hood.
It's underneath the car, roughly under the driver's seat.
A Villager, like most cars, has only one fuel filter.
The Villager does not have a test port. You need to tee into the line at the fuel filter.
There is only one fuel pump, in the fuel tank.
The fuel filter is located under the hood on the drivers side beneath the master cylinder
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank as on essentially all modern cars.
Under the vehicle, approximately in the middle, driver's side.
Really? Unclip the cover and remove the old filter. It's easy.
The Villager does not have a test port, you need to tee into the line near the fuel filter to test pressure.
There is only one fuel filter. But, it may be located in one of two places.Either on the left side of the firewall, or underneath the car on the frame rail.
According to fordparts.com : For a 1995 Mercury Villager : Engine oil filter ( Motorcraft FL - 839 ) Engine air filter ( Motorcraft FA - 1121 ) Engine fuel filter ( Motorcraft FG - 978 )
Under the vehicle roughly in the middle, driver's side.
20.0 U.S. gallons ( 75.6 liters )
It's in the fuel tank, like virtually all modern vehicles.
What is the fuel tank capacity of a 1997 Mercury Villager van?
After looking at the ( 1996 , 1999 , and 2002 ) Mercury Villager Owner Guides : The fuel tank capacity is ( 20.0 U.S. gallons / 75.7 liters )
The fuel filter is located in front of the gas tank on the drivers side and is mounted to the frame. Remove the smaller plastic shield to gain access to the filter. obtain manual for your vehicle from a auto parts store and follow the safety percautions
There is no shrader valve on these vehicles, the only way to check fuel pressure is to tee into the fuel line by the fuel filter.
take it off
You need to tee in at the fuel filter connection, there is no schrader valve.
You'll need to install a tee into the line by the fuel filter to check it, there is no shrader valve.
About 18 inches behind the coolant tank that sits next to your battery.